Crock Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage

"Another oldie but goodie from my mom's 70's vintage Crock Pot cook booklet. I don't make this much any more since DH doesn't like cabbage, but this is a great simple recipe! Number of servings is a guess!"
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Ready In:
10hrs 10mins




  • Put all ingredients except cabbage wedges in Crock Pot in order listed.
  • Cover and cook on Low 10-12 hours or High 5-6 hours.
  • Add cabbage wedges to liquid, pushing down to moisten, after 6 hours on Low or 3 hours on High.
  • Note: Vegetables may be varied, or omitted for plain corned beef.
  • Note: To prepare more cabbage than Crock Pot will hold with large brisket, cook it separately in skillet. Remove 1 cup of broth from Crock Pot during last hour of cooking. Pour over cabbage wedges in skillet. Cover and cook slowly for 20-30 minutes.

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  1. Wow! Great easy recipe. I probably should have added potatoes. It was so nice to come home to on St. Pat's Day. Thanks for sharing


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